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Pinot Noir tasting the best line-up ever

Media Release 23 October 2008

Cuisine’s record-breaking Pinot Noir tasting the best line-up ever

With Christmas fast approaching, Cuisine magazine has reviewed an impressive and unprecedented number of New Zealand Pinot Noirs and sparkling wines from around the globe to produce the definitive guide for enjoying the festive season.


Please find below the correct tasting dates.


CUISINE TOP TEN TASTING STORES

Taste the top New Zealand Pinot Noirs and a selection of sparkling wines at Cuisine Top Ten fine-wine stores throughout the country.


AUCKLAND

First Glass Wines & Spirits

Ph: 09-486 6415

www.first-glass.co.nz

Pinot Noir: Wed 29 Oct 7pm

$15 (no reservation required)

Champagne: Mon 10 Nov 7 pm

(booking essential)


Glengarry Victoria Park

Ph: 0800-733 505

www.glengarry.co.nz

Sat 6 Dec 12pm-4pm (free)


La Barrique

Ph: 09-638 5000

www.labarrique.co.nz

Thurs 6 Nov 7pm


Waiheke Wine Centre

Ph: 09-372 6139

Pinot Noir: Thurs 29 Nov at Te Whau Restaurant, 218 Te Whau Drive

6.30pm (booking essential)

Champagne: Thurs 4 Dec at Goldwater Estate, 18 Causeway Rd, Putiki Rd

6.30pm (booking essential)


HAMILTON

Hamilton Wine Company

Embargo Restaurant, Garden Place

Ph: 07-839 1190

Tues 4 Nov 7pm $15 (book ahead)


WELLINGTON

Glengarry Thorndon Quay

Ph: 0800-733 505 or 04-472 7051

www.glengarry.co.nz

Sat 6 Dec 12pm-4pm (free)


CHRISTCHURCH

Vino Fino

Ph: 03-365 5134

www.vinofino.co.nz

Tues 4 Nov 6pm


WANAKA

Wanaka Fine Wines

Ph: 03-443 7539

Tues 11 Nov 6pm (booking essential)


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